We are committed to having a diverse workforce reflective of the people and communities of Wales.
We actively encourage staff engagement through a number of forums, networks and groups including: Staff Open Forums; Health and Wellbeing Networks, Inclusion and Diversity, Culture and Staff Social Groups. We value individual uniqueness and diversity and believe that this helps us to deliver services that take into account the needs of everyone in our community. Through our policies, actions and practices we aim to be an accessible and inclusive employer.
Working collaboratively has ensured our values and behaviours have been co-produced with collective aims of:
We aspire to being a bilingual organisation, who actively encourage applications from all members of the community regardless of their background, age, disability; gender identity; religion or belief; race; sexual orientation; whether they are pregnant or have recently been on maternity leave, married or are in a civil partnership.
Our current available roles can be accessed on the links below, our colleagues in social care also have a number of career opportunities available across Wales. Use this link to the We Care Wales website to find out more and see their current vacancies.